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Grammatici Latini II, p. 294: Priscian, book 7 (De ceteris casibus)

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II 294,1«Euboea duabus /
II 294,2et totidem natis Andros fraterna petita est».
117a26294,2book 713 andros .
II 294,3Cicero pro Cornelio I: «ut ab Ioue optumo maximo
II 294,4ceterisque diis deabusque omnibus opem et auxilium petam». eabus
II 294,5etiam pro eis differentiae causa in feminino Emina protulit in IIII
II 294,6annalium: «scriba pontificius qui cum eabus stuprum fecerat»;
117a32294,6book 74142 deabus: .- (117a32=294,7) enim: .-
II 294,7dicit enim de Vestalibus.
II 294,8multa tamen alia quoque contra regulam uitiose et in his et in aliis
117a33294,8book 74121 multa: : (117a35=294,9) quibus: :
117a34i294,8book 73232 his: .i. dativo ⁊ ablativo
II 294,9casibus uetustissimi protulisse inueniuntur, in quibus non sunt imitandi.
II 294,10ambae etiam et duae, quamuis nulla simili differentiae causa cogente,
II 294,11similem habent datiuum ambabus, duabus, quamquam genetiuum
117a38k294,11117a5book 7543 quanquam: ar bá in .is. ba téchte tobarthid dothecht a nominibus/ fóite genitin . in .rum.
[‘for it would be in -is, it would be legal, that the dative ought to end, (which comes) from nouns that make (lit. send off) genitive (plural) in -rum’] [analysis]
II 294,12ambarum et duarum faciunt.
II 294,13

de accusatiuo plurali primae declinationis

II 294,14accusatiuus quoque pluralis fit addita s ablatiuo singulari. producitur
II 294,15enim, ut hos poetās, has Musās.
II 294,16

de obliquis casibus secundae declinationis

II 294,17secunda declinatio terminationes habet nominatiui sex: in er, in ir,
II 294,18in ur, in us, in eus, in um.
II 294,19in er masculinorum tam Latinorum quam Graecorum, ut caper
II 294,20capri, Alexander Alexandri. Hiber etiam Hiberi, quod per apocopam
117b9294,20book 753 hiber: (m.l.) F" (cf. 100a40=233,19 w)
II 294,21extremae syllabae prolatum solum in hac declinatione producit er, et ab eo
II 294,22compositum Celtiber Celtiberi. dicitur tamen et Hiber Hiberi pro
117b12a294,22book 725 561 celtiberi: .i. celticus ⁊ hiber .i. celticus gens de gallis ⁊ celtiberi in hispania sunt .-
117b12294,22book 74143 dicitur: " (117b13=295,1) et: "

 

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